Surely here in Yunnan this is all a perhaps interesting, but moot point. Why? Because the chances of such a law being observed or enforced or laughably small.
Anyone still remember the 'no horn' rule except in extreme emergency, and then limited to three very short taps?
Can't say that the city has changed at all as a result.
I find that making laws is a tug-of-war in China. If too many of 'the people' are not interested in following it then the law is just quietly ignored and swept into the closet.
West campus, main campus, north campus... Sounds like you're talking about KCEL. Is that right? I've studied at all three campuses of theirs, yes, including the west campus.
Why not just offer to pay the visa cost yourself to get out of the mess? It's only ¥400 or so for North American. Alot cheaper than a flight ticket back to the u.s.
Bummer, visa headaches here can make life really boring.
Two foreign friends (similar sized flats) both have house help. One pays ¥1,500, the other pays ¥2,000. Per month, full time.
This includes meals for the helper (who is herself preparing the meals). She cooks, cleans, and helps with the kids.
Their baomu's are pretty reliable. If price is more important you can find plenty of helpers for even less. Also if the helper lives with you then you don't need to pay so much.
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